Monthly Archives: September 2013

The next book

If you’re curious about how The King’s Ransom came about, I reveal some of my anxieties and deliberations in this story just published by Writer.ly. And yes, I’m already thinking about Book Three in the series. I’ll start it in November as my … Continue reading

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Get it Authorgraphed

Did you miss my fabulous July book launch party? It was so much fun, I’ll have to write another book and have another party. Meanwhile you can still get a signed copy of either of the King Bewilliam novels, even … Continue reading

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Ours Goes to Eleven

Check out this interview on Fiona Skye’s blog. Fiona challenged me with come up with a five-word synopsis of my work and believe me, that wasn’t easy. But writers, it’s a wonderful exercise so give it a try. We also … Continue reading

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Celebrating a milestone

Over 200 LIKES and 100 Twitter followers. I have made so many fine new friends. I’m celebrating by giving you the gift. “The King’s Ransom” ebook is on sale this week. Visit https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/344311 and enter promo code PP22G at checkout. … Continue reading

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The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam

New! and really quite swell. The Series Manager on smashwords. Now you can follow one link and find all the King Bewilliam books together. https://www.smashwords.com/books/byseries/3235. Authors, if you’ve got a series on smashwords, check out this feature. Easy peasy to … Continue reading

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What makes it a fantasy?

Yesterday around Mark Barry’s “cauldron” I was introduced as a fantasist. The interview is still posted so you can check it out if you missed it. It should give you a chuckle or two. Today you can read my musings on the … Continue reading

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Mixing it up at The Wizard’s Cauldron

Mark Barry has taken the author interview to a whole new level. Check out the creativity of The Wizard’s Cauldron, and not just because I’m the latest subject. Aren’t those illustrations a kick? How about that introduction? What do you … Continue reading

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